It's going to be a solo show today, so I'm running a little behidn getting everything together. I'm running downstairs to set up right now. Hopefully I'll have everything ready by 3:30. I'd love to have you join me!
Hero is confirmed for release on Xbox One, but the dev team is eager to bring the game to Switch as well. They're working with Nintendo right now to try and get through the approvals process of bringing the game to the platform. There's still a lot of work to be done, but the devs seem dedicated to making it happen. When this game is officially confirmed for Switch, we'll be sure to let you know! Thanks to Sean for the heads up!
Screen Switch Mode
- play in several different screen sizes
- for Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden, choose between “Super Gameboy Mode” and “Game Boy Mode.”
- for Seiken Densetsu 2 and Seiken Densetsu 3, you can choose the size of the screen based on your home TV
- save anywhere, at anytime
- from the home screen, you can listen to the music of all three games
- you don't have to play the games to listen
The following comes from Emily Rogers...
- titled Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
- eight playable characters
- includes Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi and others
- each character has their own sci-fi weapon, such as laser guns, arm cannons and more
- characters aren’t controlled directly, but are instead controlled through something called a Tuttorio
- a Tuttorio is a small floating dish which guides the characters through the world
- will feature co-op multiplayer
Looks like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has lost one feature the Wii U version had. People are noticing that the Mii faces in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe just don't show the range of emotions they did in the Wii U version. Mii faces in the Switch version seem to remain the same during the entire race, whereas on Wii U, they would react to what was going on with your character. Could be a bug, or could be removed content. Either way, it can be a bit creepy!
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As you may already know, Charles Martinet very graciously agreed to return for his role of The Narrator. What you don’t know, however, is that he has quite a few more lines this time around! Like, way more!
The story of Runner3 is going to be a little more substantial than what you’ve seen in the previous Runner games. We won’t let it obstruct the gameplay, certainly, but if you’re the kind of player who’s interested in learning a little more about the wacky world of Runner3, that option will be there for you. I don’t want to tell you how to play your video game, of course, but I do highly recommend you seek out the story we’ve woven throughout the game. We’ll do a blog post soon about what that kind of pursuit would look like.
ゼルダBotWクリアした記念に、集めたスクショで自分用のフォトブックを作りました pic.twitter.com/M1CjUNaYwJ— NV/ハル (@WPR_haru) April 29, 2017
Oh man, that is a FANTASTIC idea! A book full of your personal journeys. I'd love to have something like that on my coffee table! Too bad I suck at taking pictures! Thanks to AndrewMated and JordanAMAR0 for the heads up!